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ANGELICA COLLECTANEA & OBITUARIES

compiled by L. L. Stillwell

And Allegany County Newspapers
extractions and additions by Gerrie Raw

contributed by Gerrie Raw

“These items taken from obituaries are the same as written at the time, consequently all information is of that date. Items taken from the cemetery records may at times list people who have bought lots or erected monuments ahead of time, consequently they mat be buried elsewhere or still alive.” L. L. Stillwell

Additional obituaries added by Gerri Raw.  Lot numbers refer to As the Day Dawns Cemetery

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SABIN, RUFUS
Born 1792. Pastor. Married 1818 to Lucretia Thurston; 1839, married to Hester Botsford.

SALMON, JOEL	Lot 113

SALMON, MARY 	Lot 113

SANBORN, THOMAS 	Justice, 1887; Assessor, 1879, 1883.

SANFORD, MARY A. 	Lot 328

SANFORD, POLLY W. 	Lot 328

SANDFORD, R. ANNETTE		Lot 328

SANDFORD, JOSEPH	Lot 328

SANFORD, ALMON F. 	Lot 328.

SANFORD, CORNELIA M. 	Lot 620.

SANFORD EDGAR W. 	Lot 351.

SANFORD, ELERY		Lot 326.

SANFORD, ELIZA 		Lot 326.

SANFORD, GEORGE A.	Assessor, 1891; Justice, 1892.	Lot 328.

SANFORD, JENNIE A.	Lot 706.

SANFORD, JOSEPH
Born in Columbia County in 1809, came to Angelica in 1830. Survived by wife and children. School 
Committee, 1841; Highway Commissioner, 1853. Died July 8, 1884.	Lot 314.

SANFORD, MARCIA	Lot 326.

SANFORD, MINERVA	Lot 326.

SANFORD, SALLY		Lot 326.

SAWYER, ABASHABA A. B.	Lot 40B.

SAWYER HENRY		Lot 40B.

SAXTON, C. S. 	Lot 663.

SAXTON, H. CLARENCE		Lot 663.

SAXTON, H. M. 	Lot 663.

SCHEANCK, CHARITY S.		Lot 631.

SCHEANCK, D.  Overseer of  Poor, 1868; Game Constable, 1875.	Lot 631.

SCHEANCK, Mrs. M. P.		Lot 631.

SCHENCK, Mrs. NELLIE DAVIDSON(1865-1952)
Born in Angelica February 4, 1865, daughter of William and Mary Davidson; died July 2, 1952 at 
Bradford, Pa., 87 years old. Nurse. Survived by brother, William E. Davidson of Long Beach, Calif. The 
Davidson family included the surviving brother, Mrs. Schenck, James, Jennie, Agnes, Alice, and another 
sister who died when about 17. Family home was at Joncy, built by Mr. Davidson, now owned by William 
Stiegler, Mr. Davidson identified with the Joncy Paper Mill in the 1880's. Burial in Angelica.	Lot 800.

SCHENCK, POLLY MATILDA ELSWORTH
Born at Angelica, August 2, 1841; died May 25, 1915. Married William C. Schenck, January 9, 1861 at 
Angelica, who died October 1906. Survivors; Charles Edward of Cleveland, son; daughters, Mrs. Julia 
Mae Milliman, Angelica; Mrs. Ordealyea M. Crofoot of Sinclairville, New York; sister, Mrs. Izora Fox, 
Angelica. Funeral and burial at Angelica.	Lot 124.

SCHENCK, ORDEALYEA		Lot 631.

SCHENCK, WM.
Game Constable, 1877, 1882, 1883; Excise Commissioner, 1880, 1884; Justice, 1886; Election Inspector, 
1887. Moved to Angelica in 1852.	Lot 124.

SCHOLES, ADAH M. COOMBS
Adah M. Scholes of 12 Depot St., Friendship, died Tuesday at Buffalo General Hospital after a brief 
Illness. She was born August 2, 1883 in Ossian a daughter of Charles and Lillian Brokaw Coombs; died 
December 9, 1980. Married William Andrew Scholes. Resident of Friendship for 30 years, she previously 
lived in Wellsville. She is survived by a daughter, Frances Voorhies of Friendship;a grandson, three 
great-grandchildren; a great-great grandson; a sister, Dorothy Turner of Wellsville. Burial will be in 
Until the Day Dawn Cemetery in Angelica.

SCHOLES, ANDREW
Born of John and Elizabeth Dodson Scholes in Radeery, Province of Ulster, Ireland, March 17, 1814. 
Married Margaret Elliott in Ireland March 10, 1837. Died August 12, 1894. First came to America in 
1842; returned to Ireland. Came to America again in 1859, settling in Birdsall; finally in Angelica. 
Farmer. Survivors: five children, John W., Eliza (Mrs. Edwin Manning), Margaret (Mrs. Cornelius 
Bradt), Thomas, and Anna (Mrs. Robert Common), all of this area. Burial in Angelica.  Lot 145.

SCHOLES, CAROLINE d'AUTREMONT
Born December 15, 1851, at Wirt, Allegany Co, NY, daughter of Alexander and Diana d'Autremont; died 
January 16, 1923, at Angelica. She married Thomas Scholes November 17, 1875. They had two children: 
Mrs. David Evans and Mrs. Mabel Morton. Burial in Angelica. 	Lot 145.

SCHOLES, ELIZABETH (1791-1863)	Wife of John Scholes. 		Lot 272

SCHOLES, MISS ELIZABETH
The death of Miss Elizabeth Scholes, who has long been ill at Orrin Smith's occurred July 4, 1893. 

SCHOLES, Mrs. ELIZABETH CAMPBELL
Born in Ireland 83 years ago; died at home of daughter in Nunda, May 9, 1911. Married Thomas Scholes, 
(son of John and Eliza Dodson Scholes) who died 17 May 1874, in Birdsall, NY). Survivors: daughters, 
Mrs. David Geiser, Mrs. William Eisaman, and Mrs. Fred Geiser of Nunda; Mrs. Dick Bennett of Short 
Tract; Mrs. William Geiser, Nunda; Mrs. W. G. Merriam of Scio. Sons, William of Allen; John C. of 
Millport, Pa., Henry of Dalton, and Jerry of Grove.		Lot 117

SCHOLES, FRANCES R. 	Lot 721

SCHOLES, Mrs. HAZEL ARNOLD
Born in Angelica July 23, 1896, daughter of the late James A. and Nellie Mayhew Arnold.
died September 21, 1952. Married Wesley C. Scholes, November 27, 1917. Survived by husband, two sons, 
Gerald Scholes of Angelica and Richard Scholes at home. Burial in Angelica.	Lot 864A

SCHOLES, JOHN (1870-1875)	Lot 272

SCHOLES, JOHN D.
Died October 2, 1930, 74 years old. Survivors: Mrs. Elsie Schlness, Cattaraugus; Mrs. Viola Mohan, 
Huntington, L.I.; Miss Mabel Scholes, Huntington, L. I.; Mrs. Barbara Edson, Jamestown, N. Y.; Richard 
Scholes, Belmont, John D. Scholes, Niagara Falls. Many of the cement sidewalks of Angelica were laid 
by him. 	Lot 117


SCHOLES, J. FRANKLIN
Born of Mr. and Mrs. William Scholes, 65 years of age; died in April 1922. Married Miss Mary Hosley in 
1882. Survived by wife, son, Floyd H; three grandchildren, Alfred, Kennneth and Georgianna. Had been 
Justice of Peace and Highway commissioner of Birdsall.   	Lot 845

SCHOLES, JOHN WILLIAM
John William Scholes , a well known and well liked man, wagon maker, carpenter and storekeeper died 
Monday morning, Sept. 10, 1923, at the home of his daughter Mrs. W. W. Dort of Belfast. He was born 
March 1839, in Annalore, Monaghan County, Ireland, and came to American when four years old. In 1865 
he married Miss Lydia Manning who preceded him in death in 1922. He lived in or around Angelica for 
more than sixty years. Lot 145.

SCHOLES, LIBBIE		Lot 117

SCHOLES, Mrs. LYDIA ANN MANNING
Born in Palmyra, N.Y., May 28, 1842, daughter of William and Ann Padbury Manning. Married John William 
Scholes December 23, 1865.  Died October 7, 1922, age 80. Survived by husband, and daughter, Grace 
Dort. Burial in Angelica. 		Lot 145

SCHOLES, Mrs. MARGARET ELLIOT
Margaret was born August 24, 1818, of Thomas and Margaret Lemon Elliott. Married Andrew Scholes March 
10, 1837 in Killeevan, Ireland. Died at her home in Angelica, on July 28th, 1890, aged 71 years; came 
to this country with her husband and two children John W., and Eliza, in 1842. Stopped in Washington 
County, N.Y. a short time, then moved to Terre Haute, Indiana. Returned to Ireland in 1846, and again 
to this country in 1859, settling in Birdsall; finally in Angelica. Survivors: five children, John 
William, Eliza (Mrs. Edwin Manning), Margaret (Mrs. Cornelius Bradt), Thomas, and Anna (Mrs. Robert 
Common), all of this area. Burial in Angelica.		Lot 145.

SCHOLES, Mrs. MARY  HOSLEY (1862-1946)
Died October 14, 1946, 84 years old. Survived by son, Floyd Scholes of Trumansburg, N. Y.; brother, 
Ralph Hosley of Arkport, two sisters, Mrs. DeForrest Sisson of Almond, Mrs. Berdana Benjamin of 
Elmira. Burial in Angelica.	Lot 177 or 845

SCHOLES, Mrs. MARY KNIER (1871-1913)
Born October 1871 to Mr. and Mrs. John Knier in Williamsburg, N. Y. Died May 10, 193. Married to John 
D. Scholes 20 years ago. Survived by 7 children, and mother who lives in Belmont; Brothers, John 
Knier, Cattaraugus; Joseph, Casper and Lewis of Olean; sisters, Mrs. Cilia Swan, East Otto; Mrs. Clara 
Commons, Angelica. Funeral at Episcopal Church, Rev. I. H. Herendeen officiating. Burial in Angelica.

SCHOLES, Mrs. MARY ANN LYON (1862-1938)
Born March 12, 1862 in Birdsall; died December 20,1938. Daughter of Nelson and Melissa Lyon. Married 
in 1881 to John Scholes. Survived by four sons: Alton of Dalton; Arthur of Silver Springs; Wesley of 
Angelica; and Roy of Rochester; two daughters, Mrs. Harry Bates of Belfast, Miss Hazel Scholes of 
Akron, Ohio; four sisters, Mrs. Julia Williams, Mrs. Elizabeth Commons, Mrs. Nettie Wyant, and Mrs 
Nellie Green. Burial in Angelica.  Lot 845

SCHOLES, RICHARD D.
Born 1826 in Ireland of John and Eliza Dodson Scholes; died June 10, 1893, as a result of an accident; 
aged 67. His first wife was Miss Letetia Campbell; a son born to them died and was buried at sea on 
their passage over; the wife died in New York a week after landing. He came to America and to Birdsall 
in the year 1851, and remained there except for a period of about 5 years, 30 years or so ago, when he 
served on the New York police force. Married Miss Caroline Roach of Allen, in 1851; she died in 1858. 
His three children were born of this marriage. In 1860, married a widow, Mrs. Mary Lippincott Dungan, 
who had five children at the time; she died in 1870. In 1872 he married as his fourth wife Mrs. Mary 
Mitchel-Brass, a widow having one son. She now survives him; children, John D. of Angelica, Emma J. 
(Mrs. Orren Smith), and Miss Elizabeth Scholes who there lives; she is at present very low with 
consumption and too ill to attend the funeral of her father, whose death is a severe shock to her. 
There are also four brother and two sisters, as follows: William, of West Almond; John and Andrew, of 
Birdsall; Robert, of West Virginia; Mrs. Nancy Hamilton, a widow, in Birdsall; and Mrs. Eliza 
Williamson, Canaseraga.	Lot 117.

SCHOLES, ROBERT A. 
Born 1860; died in Canaseraga, September 1913. Survivors: wife; daughter, Mrs. Lloyd Pelton, brother, 
Frank Scholes; sister, Mrs. Charles Rulison, all of Angelica; half-sisters, Mrs. Jerry Closser, 
Angelica and Mrs. Alexander Hamilton, Birdsall. Funeral at Methodist Church, Angelica, and burial at 
Canaseraga. 

SCHOLES, ROBERT HENRY (1828-1911)
Born November 28, 1828 in Ireland, son of John and Eliza Dodson Scholes. Died October 2, 1911. Married 
Mrs. Jane Hamilton, sister of Mrs. J.M. Closser, who died. Jane Hamilton Scholes died in 1856. Married 
Mrs. Sarah Hamilton Hill. Children: William, Frances, Martha, Mary, Ella, Robert Jr., and Agnes. 
Survivors: daughters: Mrs. Wright Spencer, Lake Como, Pa.; Mrs. Thomas Riley, Bradford; Mrs. Will 
Selover, Olean; Mrs. Herbert Rockwell, Kane; Miss Agnes Scholes, Pittsburgh. Son, Robert Scholes of 
Texas.    Lot 720

SCHOLES, THOMAS		Lot 721

SCHOLES THOMAS A. 
Thomas A. Scholes was born in Analore, Monaghan Co. Province of Ulster in Ireland, December 12, 1849, 
of Andrew and Margaret Jane Elliott Scholes. When about three years of age his father came to this 
country, and located on the farm in Birdsall, part of which is now owned by Alexander Hamilton.
About seven years after he came to this country, his family came to the new home. At this time Thomas 
Scholes was about ten years of age.  For several years he lived with his father in the town of 
Birdsall. After reaching young manhood he went to Belfast and learned the wagon and carriage maker's 
trade, then came to Angelica, where he conducted his brother's, J.W. Scholes' shop for a few years. 
Failing health led him to abandon the shop, and go out into the country that he might regain his 
health. Meanwhile he had married, taking for his wife Miss Caroline D'Autremont, on Nov. 17, 1875. 
Together with his wife, he moved to the Common's farm on the Common's road, where the stone house now 
is. This was their home until several years ago when he purchased the farm on the West Almond road, on 
which he lived until his death which occurred on Sunday morning, May 9, 1909. 
Survivors: widow, two daughters Cornelia M., now Mrs. David Evans, and the younger one Mabel D., now 
Mrs. Chas. Morton. The body was laid to rest in the village cemetery, there to rest until the day 
dawn of eternity shall come.	Lot 795

SCHOLES, WILLIAM ANDREW (1877-1950)
Born in Birdsall, March 22, 1877; died November 23, 1950, 73 years old. Son of John and Esther 
Terwilliger Scholes. Survived by widow, Ada Combs Scholes; son, James J. Scholes of Rochester; 
daughter, Mrs. Rex Voorhies of Friendship; sister, Mrs. John Wagner of Birdsall. Burial in Angelica 
cemetery.	Lot 721

SCHOLES, WILLIAM 	Lot 721

SCHOLES, WILLIAM M. 	Lot 721

SCHNEIDER, WANDA
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Schneider. Born in Belmont, August 22, 1948. Survived by parents, 
brother, Ralph; sister, Marie, both at home; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Scheider of Dalton; 
grandmother, Mrs. Annie Ford of Portville. Burial in Angelica.  Lot 904

SCHRADER, MARY		Lot 632

SCHRADER, WILLIAM 	Lot 632

SCHUYLER, RICHARD
Born March 21, 1921, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edson Schuyler; died March 8, 1942, 21 years old in auto 
accident. Survived by parents; two sisters, Betty Jane and Mary Lou; brother, Philip of Pontiac, Mich.	
Lot 879

SCHWARZE, CHRISTIAN (1835-1858)		Lot 409

SCHWARTZ, MARION A.
Died January 9, 1952. Survived by widow, Edith Warner Schwartz; son, Edgar Schwartz of Angelica; two 
daughters, Mrs. Carl Hanks of Medina and Mrs. Frank Emory of Angelica; one sister, Mrs. George Graves 
of Laurel, Mont. Burial in Angelica.

SCOFIELD, REV. M.
Died at his home in Rochester on December 5, 1888. Born near Albany on January 15, 1816. First 
marriage to Martha Jane Munzer. Four children survive from this marriage: Mary Munzer, Josephine 
Sears, Albert W., and Sarah. His wife having died, he married on February 13, 1867, Matilda Tunis 
Thibou. Three children survive from this marriage: Louise, Lewis T. and Helen.		Lot 729

SCOVILLE, BURT L. 	Lot 225

SEDDRICK, MARY		Lot 204

SEELY, VIRGINA		Lot 895B

SEIVER, MISS ALICE CHRISTINE
Born in Angelica, March 17, 1874; died in Dansville, Pa., July 1, 1951. Daughter of William and 
Christine Schrawder Seiver. She was a musician, graduate of Wilson Academy, New England Conservatory 
of Music at Boston, Mass., and studied in France, Italy and Germany. She had a studio in New York City 
instructing piano and voice; gave personal appearance tours throughout the United States; had a weekly 
program broadcast from the Lock Haven radio station. Survived by brother,William Seiver of Angelica, 
also cousin, Mrs. Charles O. Dean of Angelica.	Lot 319A

SEIVER, Mrs. BERTHA LOWELL
Died in Cleveland, Ohio, June 3, 1947. Funeral in Angelica. She was a daughter of Carlos G. and 
Harriet Babcock Lowell. Mr. Lowell was pastor of Angelica Methodist Church from 1892-1895. Married 
Charles Seiver, deceased several years. Survived by daughter, Mrs. Chauncey Stone of Cleveland, Ohio; 
sister, Mrs. Orlo Goff of Florida; two brothers, William Lowell of Buffalo and Julian of Rochester.		
Lot 277

SEIVER, CHRISTINA	Lot 319A

SEIVER, BEATRICE	Lot 604

SEIVER, CHARLES
Died in Letonia, Ohio, December 9, 1911, aged 67. Survivors: brother, William Seiver, Angelica; 
sister, Mrs. I. S. Benson.		Lot 604

SEIVER, GEORGIE
Lot 604

SEIVER, GEORGE
Lot 604

SEIVER, MARGARET ESTHER
Born May 28,1913; died September 25, 1930. She was the daughter of William L. and Myra E. Seiver. She 
had one brother, Lloyd W. Seiver.		Lot851

SEIVER, SOPHIA
Lot 604

SELOVER, FRED L
Born January 17, 1860 in Birdsall, son of Byron and Ellen Selover; died December 8, 1941. Married 
Tillie Gillies on March 29, 1887. Survived by widow, daughter, Mrs. R. M. Gregory; brother, William 
Selover of Fillmore. Burial in Angelica. 		Lot 821

SHAFER, JOSEPH E.
Born in Angelica, August 8, 1962, son of Garrett and Mitty Jennings Shafer. Died February 13, 1950. 
Survived by widow, Matilda Rice Shafer; four sons, Garrett Leo, and Albert, both of Angelica; Joseph 
Jr. of Caneadea and David of Fort Dix; seven daughters, Mrs. Maude Karr of Arkport, Mrs. Florence 
Plotzker of Rochester, Mrs. Nellie Benson of Wash. D. C., Mrs. Helen Kenney of Castile, Mrs. Harriet 
Torpey of Rochester, Mrs. Margaret Carlton of Angelica and Mrs. Grace McNaughton of New Bloomfield, 
Pa.; sister, Mrs. Clara Newson of Arkport; brother, Frederick Shafer of Canada.  Lot 533

SHAFER, MITTY ANN
Lot 613

SHATTUCK, ALBERT D.
Lot 606

SHATTUCK, BETSEY D.
Lot 606

SHATTUCK, CARL J.
Lot 606

SHATTUCK, FRANK	Lot 606

SHATTUCK, Mrs. MARY
Born Mary Green in Columbus, New York, September 24, 1835; died June 22, 1915. Married Stephen Shaw of 
Alfred who died, and married Albert Shattuck, Angelica. Survivors: brother, Henry Green of Angelica; 
sister, Mrs. Joseph Clark, West Clarksville. Lot 606

SHAW, Mrs. BLANCHE WEIR
Born in West Almond February 20, 1880; died June 5, 1952. Widow of Roy Shaw, Belfast. Daughter of 
Daniel and Rebecca Weir. She was a teacher. Survived by brother, J.W. Weir, Belfast. 	Lot 754

SHAW, Mrs CATHERINE W. 
Born on July 23, 1863; died in Angelica, December 25, 1923. Sister of the late Mrs. D. D. Dickson, at 
whose home she spent her last 16 years. Survivors; D. D. Dickson, Miss Helen Dickson and John Dickson 
Burial in Woodlawn Cemetery , New York City.

SHAW, DANIEL  (1799-1851)	Lot 362

SHAW, DANIEL II		Lot 362

SHAW, Mrs. EMMA
Widow of George E. Shaw. Born in West Almond, August 22, 1861; died September 30, 1946. Survived by 
son, Frank E. Shaw of Caledonia.	Lot 754

SHAW, FANNIE (1805-1883)
Lot 362

SHAW, JENNIE E.
Lot 606

SHAW, GEORGE E. 
Born in Linesville, Pa., February 16, 1859; died September 26, 1916. Married Miss Emma Hill, December 
25, 1879, at Conneautville, Pa. Survivors: father, of Linesville, Pa., wife; sons, Prof. Frank C. Shaw 
of Caledonia, Prof. Roy E. Shaw of Hume, Glen H. Shaw of Hudson; three grandchildren; brothers, Frank 
H. Shaw of Canal Dover, Ohio; Fred of Albion, Pa., Clifford of St. Helene, Arkansas.	Lot 754

SHAW, H. J. 		Lot 95

SHAW, LYDIA (1862-1869)
Daughter of David B. and Anne Z. Shaw. 	Lot 362

SHAW, MARION	Lot 362

SHAW, NATHANIEL (1793-1850)
Highway Commissioner, 1826, 1829; Assessor, 1844, 1846.Died September 27, 1850; aged 57 years, 26 
days.	Lot 362

SHAW, NATHANIEL W. (1823-1846)  Son of Nathaniel and Freelove Shaw.

SHAW, ROY E. 
Died June 24, 1934, 53 years old. Born in Angelica, taught school 31 years, Survived by widow, Mrs. 
Blanche Weir Shaw; mother, Mrs. Emma Shaw; two brothers, Glen of Akron, Ohio and Frank of Caledonia. 
Buried in Angelica. 		Lot 754

SHEDDRICK, Mrs. MARY A.
Died May 25, 1947. Native of Scotland, resident of Angelica two years. Survived by husband, John 
Sheddrick of Angelica. Burial in Angelica.

SHEEHAR, JOSEPHINE 	Lot 333

SHEFFIELD, ARTHUR
Died Monday morning of influenza at the age of 16. Survived by parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sheffield. 
Died March 1, 1920.	Lot 821

SHEFFIELD, Mrs. FRANCES
Died October 10, 1945. Wife of Walter M. Sheffied of Friendship. 73 years old; native of Birdsall. 
Survived by husband; three sisters, Mrs. Jennie Young of Angelica, Mrs. Mittie Wescott of Mount 
Morris, and Mrs. Tille Selover of Ebenezer; two brothers, Sylvester Gillies of Galeston, Pa., and 
Thomas Gillies of Detroit. Mich. Burial in Angelica. 	Lot 821

SHEFFIELD, GEORGE S.
Born in Grove; died 1955. Lived in Angelica for over 40 years. Survivors include a son, Rodney 
Sheffield of Angelica; three daughters, Mrs. Harold Hadley and Mrs. Richard Sortore, both of Angelica, 
and Mrs. Levi Wood of Ithaca; a sister, Mrs. Sylvester Gillis of Galeton, Pa.; 11 grandchildren, two 
great-grandchildren, two great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. 

SHEFFIELD, Mrs RACHEL
Born in Angelica October 14, 1880, daughter of the late Walter D. and Mary Batres Graham; died 
December 29, 1941. Married George F. Sheffield. Survived by husband and four children. Mrs. Harold 
Radley and Mrs. Richard Sortore of Angelica; Mrs. Levi Wood of Myers, N.Y. and Rodney Sheffied of 
Olean; mother, Mrs. Walter Graham; sister, Ruth Graham; brother, Alex Graham. Burial in Angelica.
Lot 278

SHEFFIELD, WALTER M.
Born in Grove, June 9, 1872; died September 19, 1950, 78 years old. Son of Solomon and Phoebe Andrus 
Sheffield. Married Francis Gillies of Birdsall, who died five years ago. Survived by nieces and 
nephews, including George Sheffield of Angelica-Birdsall road. Lot 821

SHERMAN, ADELIA
Lot 581

SHERMAN, BILDAD (1764-1841)
Lot 411

SHERMAN, BRADLEY
Lot 581

SHERMAN, ELLEN
Died in 1850 in Conn. Wife of Bildad Sherman	Lot 411

SHERMAN, MARY
Daughter of Bildad and Ellen Sherman; 23 years old. Lot 411

SHERMAN, NANCY
Lot 411

SHEPPARD, ALFRED T.
Lot 370

SHERWOOD, AMOS A.
Overseer of Poor, 1830; Supervisor, 1848.	Lot 165

SHERWOOD, JULIETTE H.
Lot 165

SHOFF, CATHERINE M.
Lot 403

SHOFF, Mrs. EFFIE MAY WEAVER
Born November 27, 1874, daughter of James and Amanda Weaver; died September 5, 1940. Married Fred 
Schoff 40 years ago. Survived by husband and one sister, Mrs. Mary Henry of Friendship; two brothers, 
Charles and Almon Weaver of Birdsall.		Lot 151

SHOFF, ESTHER (1829-1887) 	Wife of James Shoff. 		Lot 403

SHOFF, FREDERICK
Born March 22, 1865; died April 16, 1949 at West Almond. Burial in Angelica.  Lot 151

SHOFF, JAMES(1819-1889)		Married Esther D. Gibson	Lot 403

SHOFF, JANE
Lot 151

SHOFF, JOHN G.
Lot 403

SHOFF, NANCY N.
Lot 403

SHOFF, WILLIAM
Lot 151

SHOFF, WILLIAM H.
Lot 403

SHUART, ALICE J.
Lot 280

SHUART, THOMPSON D.
Lot 280

SILSBY, HARRIET B.
Lot 655

SILSBY, HENRY S.
Lot 348

SILSBY, JAMES W. 		
Jas. Silsby died at his West Almond home Thursday, May 1891, aged 74. 		Lot 655

SILSBY, WILLIAM S.
Lot 348

SIMON, LEVI
Freeholder, 1814; Highway Overseer, 1814, 1816, 1820.

SIMONS, ADELINE (1824-1904)
Lot 482

SIMONS, CHARLES S. 	Lot 534

SIMONS, CHARLOTTE (1786-1856)
Wife of David Simons.	Lot 482

SIMONS, DAVID (1781-1860)
Lot 482

SIMONS, JANE
Lot 534

SIMONS, SARAH E.
Lot 534

SIMONS, Mrs, MERLE (ISABELLE)
Born Isabelle Chapel in Avon on November 10, 1887, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chapel; died 
September 27, 1950. Was a teacher. Married July 10, 1915 to Mr. Merle E. Simons. Survived by husband; 
father and sister, Mrs. Helen Desmith of Avon; brother, Fred Chapel, Jr. of Rochester.	Lot 6

SIMONS, WILLIAM B. (1824-1860)
Lot 482

SIMMONS, ARTHUR
Lot 207

SIMMONS, WILLIAM
Died October 15, 1946.

SIMPSON, BONNIE LORETTA
Born in Angelica, December 5, 1942; died March 16, 1943. Infant daughter of Merle and Gladys Glover 
Simpson. Burial in Angelica. 		Lot 902

SISSON, ESTELLA N. 	Lot 166

SISSON, GEORGE DEFOREST
Born in Wellsville May 21, 1876, son of George and Josephine Potter Sisson. Died May 18, 1949. Married 
Miss Estelle Norton of Angelica, who died in April 1904. To this union two children, Mrs. Marie 
Callender of Painsville, Ohio, and Paul N. Sisson of Angelica. Married Mrs. Cora Dell Ferry of Hornell 
in 1910, mother of Milton Ferry of Hornell and Clair Ferry of Wayland. Survived by widow; son, Paul 
and daughter, Mrs. Marie Callender of Painesville, Ohio; sister, Mrs. Marion Woodcock of Wellsville.	
Lot 166

SISSON, SARAH E.
Lot 166

SLATER, Mrs. EUNICE
Born December 26, 1866, in Covington, Ky. Died July 3, 1938. Married August 21, 1881 to Rev. I. W. 
Slater. To this union two sons, Jay and Harry. Surviving are husband and son, Harry of Ohio.		
Lot 89

SLATER, HARRY
Eldest son of Rev. I. W. Slater of Angelica, died May 9, 1944. He was of Huutington, Long Island, N.Y. 
Survived by wife,Ella; three daughters and one son; mother, Eunice Nash Slater. Born in Morris, N.Y., 
62 years ago. Married Miss Ella Gravelle, Daughters, Mrs. Paul Nault of Carmel, Mrs. Harlen Milks of 
Buffalo, Mrs. Renee Nault of Hartford, Conn.; son, T/Sgt. Robert Slater stationed in Trinidad. Brother 
Jay is deceased. Burial in Angelica. 	Lot 89

SLATER, REV. IRVING W. 
Born November 26, 1858, at Garretsville, died March 11, 1951. Son of Anthony and Julie Ann Butler 
Slater. One of nine children of whom a sister, Mrs. Irene Coleman of Angelica is surviving. Married 
Eunice Nash in 1881. To this union two sons, Harry Nash Slater, deceased and Jay Wheeler Slater of 
Pagosa Springs, Colo. Wife died in 1939. Burial in Angelica. 	 Lot 89

SLERK, WILLIAM
Lot 5

SLOAT, Mrs. ELIZABETH
Born in Albany, March 4, 1853; died May 16, 1938. Daughter of Joel Green and Amelia J. Gregory. 
Married March 4, 1873 to James A. Green who died October 13, 1911. Married September 12, 1912 to 
Ransom S. Sloat who died in June 1922. Survived by nieces and nephews, James Green, Buffalo; Miss Lulu 
Green and Mrs. Harry White, all of Angelica; Mrs. Frank Smith, Wellsville; Mrs. Afton Scholes, Dalton, 
N.Y.; Edgar Green, Brockway, Pa., and Clarence Green, Johnsonburg, Pa. Burial in Angelica.

SLOCUM CHARLES
Lot 319B

SLOCUM, GRACE
Lot 319B

SLOCUM, JOHN P.
Died September 1923. Served in the Civil War. Later entered Yale and graduated. Became first principal 
of the Wilson Academy. Very active in civic and church affairs. Died of a stroke on the steps of the 
Capitol in Albany. Survivors, included wife of Suilford, Conn.; four sons, Robert B., Wilmington, 
N.C.; John A., Auburn, Me.; Harold, Burlington, Vt.; Frank, Chicago, Ill.; four daughters, Mrs. Selah 
Harris, Cold Water, N.Y.; Mary Slocum, Guilford, Conn.; Mrs. Charles Engle, Denver, Colo.; Ruth, of 
Chattenooga, Tenn. Election Inspector, 1896. Burial in Angelica.	Lot 319B

SMITH, ALBERT D.
Born in Angelica September 12, 1847; died September 30, 1917. Married Julia I. Perry, June 15, 1872, 
who died October 23, 1911. Survivors, four daughters and two sons. Funeral at home of daughter Mrs. R. 
D. Hazzard. Daughters, Mrs. R. D. Hazzard; Mrs. P. Lounsberry; Mrs. H. M. Graham; Mrs. E. C. Graham. 
Sons, Olen Smith; W. W. Smith. Burial in Angelica.

SMITH, Mrs. ALBERT
Born Julia I. Perry, in Bolivar, April 14, 1847; died October 23, 1911. Married Albert Smith of 
Angelica, June 15, 1872. Survivors: Sons, Willis W. Smith, Penn Yan and Olen Smith of Angelica. 
Daughters, Mrs. Preston Lounsberry, Ward; Mrs. E. C. Graham, Mrs. H. M. Graham, and Jessie of Angelica. 
Brothers, Hiram B. Perry, Michigan; Dudley R. Perry of Hornell; Aleck J. Perry, Allenton, N.Y. 
Sisters, Mrs. W. D. Hazzard, Wellsville. Funeral at late home on Common Road, Rev. Morgan, Birdsall 
Methodist, officiating. Burial in Angelica.

SMITH, A.
Highway commissioner, 1833.

SMITH, ALBERT L.
Lot 577

SMITH, ALMIRA
Lot 400

SMITH, AMY TRIMMER (1837-1841)
Born in Conn., daughter of Henry and Mary Smith. Married Capt. Leonard Smith in 1801. There were born 
to them six sons and one daughter.  Died February 23, 1819.	Lot 400

SMITH, ANNETTE	
Lot 250

SMITH, CHAUNCEY
Chauncey Smith had been at the County Home many years; demented. Died July 1881, from complication of 
many diseases. 

SMITH, Mrs. CLARA HIGGINS
Mrs. Clara Alzina Hapgood Higgins Smith, widow of Frank Sullivan Smith, one time head of the Shawmut 
Railroad and a sister of the late Governor Frank W. Higgins, died at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New 
York City, March 15, 1934. She was born in Rushford, September 6, 1854, the daughter of Orrin Thrall 
Higgins. Her brother was Frank Wayland Higgins, Governor of New York from 1904 to 1906. Her 
philanthropic interests resulted in the donation of the main building of the Olean General Hospital, 
formerly The Higgins Memorial Hospital, and the Angelica Free Library. She was a frequent visitor at 
her summer home here, known as the Sunnycroft, in former years when Mr. Smith headed the railroad. A 
nephew, F. Harrison Higgins of New York is the only immediate survivor. Funeral services were 
privately conducted in New York and the body brought to this village for burial in the Smith 
Mausoleum.

SMITH, EDWARD
Passed away on November 5, 1919 in the Sisterville Hospital. He was thought to be about 85 years of 
age. Mr. Smith at one time lived in or near Angelica.

SMITH, Mrs. EDWARD
Born in Deaveraux, Mich., October 13, 1869; died May 19, 1954. Wife of Edward C. Smith of Dalton. 
Survived by husband; five sons, Albert at home; glen of Portageville; Lyman of Hilton; Gordon of Eden,
William of Birdsall; daughter, Mrs. Flora Crawford in Angelica. Burial in Angelica Cemetery.

SMITH, ELIZABETH (1810-1879)
Wife of William Smith.

SMITH, Mrs. ELIZABETH ANN THOMPSON
Elizabeth Ann, wife of Hiram Smith, was born in Ovid, Seneca county, Oct. 23, 1816, and moved with her 
parents, Andrew and Susan Thompson, to Amity, this county, when a little girl. On July 2, 1835, she 
was united in marriage to Hiram Smith, and immediately after moved on their farm in Angelica. There 
were born to them two sons and seven daughters-all of who survive.  Died March 22, 1890, aged 74.	
Lot 62.

SMITH, Mrs. EMOGENE SCHOLES
Born in Erie County, September 11, 1852; died October 9, 1930. Resided in Hornell past 25 years. 
Survivor by one daughter, Mrs. Charles Huff, Hornell and a son, Leonard T. Smith, District Supt. 
Schools, Northport, Long Island.	Lot 823

SMITH, Mrs. ERNEST
Born nearly 69 years ago; died November 18, 1955. Married Ernest A. Smith about 42 years ago. 
Survivors: daughters, Mrs. Isaac Travis, Scio; Mrs. Frank Dixon, Almond;  Mrs. Herbert Whitney, Mrs. 
George Jadwin and Mrs. Ross Baham, Sons, Frank E. Smith, West Almond; Harman Smith of Angelica. 
Funeral at Methodist Church, Angelica, Rev. I. H. Crocker, officiating. Burial in Angelica.

SMITH, FRANK SULLIVAN
Born in Granger in 1851; died November 15, 1920. Son of William M. Smith. Married Clara A. H. Higgins, 
October 17, 1877. Cemetery Trustee, 1899-1902.

SMITH, HANNAH A.
Lot 677

SMITH, HARMON
Lot 221

SMITH, HENRY
Born 1813, son of Capt. Leonard and Mary Beckenstone. Came to Angelica in 1830. Married Mary Smith. 
Pound Master, 1837; School commissioner, 1840; Assessor, 1846; Election Inspector, 1860.

SMITH, HIRAM
Born in 1808. Married Betsey A. Thompson. School Commissioner, 1839, 1841; Highway Commissioner, 1842, 
1843, 1844, 1848, 1850, 1858, 1865.

SMITH, LILLIAN 	Lot 577

SMITH, LEONARD (CAPT.) 1770-1847
Capt. Leonard Smith, (Capt. In the War of 1812) was born July 15, 1770, in Newburgh, Ulster County, 
N.Y.; died May 8, 1847. Married Miss Amy Trimmer of Conn. in 1801 There were born to them six sons and 
one daughter. Amy Smith died February 23, 1819. In October 1820, Capt. Smith married widow Elizabeth 
Trimmer Beckenstone, sister of his first wife. They removed to Angelica in April 1832. Elizabeth Smith 
died August 31, 1843.  William, Hiram and Henry, sons of Capt. S. moved to Angelica in April 1832. 
They were born in Geneva, and after moving to Angelica were married and moved upon farms near each 
other, on the direct road leading from Angelica to Belvidere, where William and Henry have since died, 
leaving large families. Burial in Angelica.		Lot 400.

SMITH, ELIZABETH (1775-1843)
Wife of Capt. Leonard Smith		Lot 400

SMITH, LEONARD J.
Born in Angelica; died February 12, 1944, 68 years old. Sister, Mrs. Charles A. Huff. Teacher and 
school superintendent. Burial in Angelica. 	Lot 823

SMITH, MARIE
Lot 400

SMITH, MARTIN R.
Lot 677

SMITH, MARY (1763-1846)
Wife of William Smith.	Lot 400

SMITH, ORREN
Husband of Emma J. Scholes. Constable, 1874, 1876-79, 1898; election Inspector, 1893-95.
Lot 823

SMITH, S. E.
Lot 677

SMITH, S. ESTELLA
Lot 865

SMITH, SAM
Justice, 1871

SMITH, SAMUEL L.
Lot 865

SMITH, SARAH T.
Lot 400

SMITH, STEPHEN (1756-1940)
Lot 481

SMITH, STEWARD L.
Born in Allen, May 31, 1899; died August 13, 1940. Son of Edward C. and Lillion Lamb Smith. Worked for 
Penn. Railroad in Olean and Shawmut in Angelica and then to Perkinsville. Survived by parents, mr. and 
Mrs. Edward Smith of Wellsville; two sisters, Mrs. Clyde Hanchett of Belmont, and Mrs. flora Crawford 
of Angelica; five brothers, Glenn of Hunts, Gordon and William of Allen and Albert and Lyman of 
Wellsville. Burial in Angelica.  Lot 577

SMITH, THEODORA (1762-1825)
Lot 481

SMITH, THOMAS 
Poor Master, 1828; Assessor, 1830, 31, 32; Supervisor, 1833, 35, 36, 37.

SMITH, WILLIAM (1803-1858)
Highway Commissioner, 1856.	Lot 400

SMITH, WILLIAM R.
Lot 823

SNELLENBERGER, JOHN F. (1763-1847)
Lot 577

SNELLENBERGER, MAGDELEN (1752-1842)
Wife of John Snellenberger.	Lot 501

SNYDER, Mrs. BALNCHE
Widow of William Snyder of Canisteo. Born in Angelica August 17, 1872; died July 8, 1949. Survived by 
two sons, Everett Snyder of Canisteo, Alfred Snyder of Black Creek; brother, Ross Phippen of Angelica. 
Burial in Angelica Cemetery.	Lot 835

SNYDER, LEONARD M.
Lot 835

SNYDER, LEWIS
Lot 835

SNYDER, WILLIAM 
Born William Martin Snyder July 18, 1867; died February 3, 1938. Survived by wife Blanche Phippen 
Snyder and two sons, Everett and Alfred Snyder.	Lot 835

SOUTHARD, AMOS
Died April 26, 1909, 77 years old. Survived by three sons; two sisters, Mrs. Mark Hadsell and Mrs. 
Henry Blauvelt. 

SOUTHWORT, LAVINA (1794-1826)
Wife of Dr. Southwort. 	Lot 415

SPENCE, MARGARET P.
Lot 359

SPENCER, MYRA B.
Lot 332

SPENCER, Mrs. NELSON E. 
Mrs. LeMyra Haskell Spencer, widow of Judge Nelson E. Spencer. Born in Rochester, May 1, 1869; died 
May 18, 1946. Came to Angelica as bride of Frank Blair, practicing attorney for the PS & N. After Mr. 
Blair's death she managed the Angelica Inn. Married Nelson. Spencer of Rochester in 1928. Judge 
Spencer died February 3, 1941. Survived by cousin, Mr. Redzie Forsman of LaFayette, Indiana; by two 
step-sons, Nelson and Howard Spencer of New York City. Burial in Angelica.

SPENCER, PEACE
Lot 384 or 394

STAFFORD, NORAH LOUISE
Born in Belmont, December 23, 1872; died June 1921. Married George H. Stafford. With the exception of 
one year the past 20 years of married life were spent in Angelica. Survivors: husband; daughter, Mrs. 
Harry Bullock; son, Everett L.; father , Harrison Eymer of Belmont; sister, Mrs. Miner Austin and 
brothers, Lewis and Frank Eymer. Funeral at home, Rev. A. G. Lawton, Baptist, officiating.

STARKWEATHER, EDITH MAYPHIPPEN
Born in Angelica 44 years ago of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Phippen; died October 5, 1913 in Angelica. 
Married Frank Starkweather 20 years ago. Survivors: husband; father and mother; brothers, William and 
Ross Phippen of Angelica; sister, Mrs. Will Snyder of Birdsall, No. 1. Funeral at William's home, E. 
Main St., Rev. W. N. Mason, officiating. Burial at Angelica.

STARKWEATHER, FRANK
Born in Angelica September 8, 1860; died August 17, 1946, 85 years old. Son of George and Matilda 
Jennings Starkweather. Married Edith Phippen, deceased. Survived by one brother, Henry Starkweather of 
Belfast. Burial in Angelica. 		Lot 126

STARKWEATHER, GEORGE	Lot 127

STARKWEATHER, HARRIET B. 	Lot 668

STARKWEATHER, HENRY
Born in Birdsall, October 20, 1866; died September 6, 1950. Son of George and Matilda Starkweather. 
Married Nellie Arnold, daughter of Jonathan and Mary Arnold, died several years ago. Mrs. Esther 
Sawyer of Akron, Ohio, and Mrs. Jessie Heinz of Los Angeles, Calif.; daughter; son, David 
Starkweather of Buffalo survive.Burial in Angelica.	Lot 119A

STARKWEATHER, Mrs. LAFAYETTE
Born Miss Hattie Moot, Allen, 43 years ago; died October 12, 1911. Married ten years ago. Mr. 
Starkweather living most of the time since in Austin. Funeral at home of Herman Rice. Burial at 
Angelica.

STARKWEATHER, MAREE 	Lot 127

STARKWEATHER, MATILA 	Lot 127

STARKWEATHER, Mrs. NELLIE ARNOLD 
Born in Angelica on July 22, 1872; died March 11, 1938. Daughter of Jonathan and Mary Arnold. Married 
Henry Starkweather in 1891. Survived by husband; two daughters, Mrs. Jesse Bulware of Los Angeles, 
Calif., and Mrs. Esther Sawyer of Akron, Ohio; one son, Carl of Kenmore, N.Y.; a brother, Henry Arnold 
of Cuba; three sisters, Mrs. Margaret Jones of Angelica, Mrs. Sadie Scott of Hornell and Miss May 
Arnold of Rochester. Burial in Angelica.	Lot 119A

STARR, EZRA (1782-1862)
Born in Danbury, Conn., May 1, 1782; died at Angelica, N.Y.; February 28, 1862. School Inspector, 
1843; Town Clerk, 1851, 52. 	Lot 465

STEDWELL, JAMES M. 	Lot 651

STEPHENS, IRA 
First burial in Until the Day Dawns Cemetery.  One of the most conspicuous graves in the Angelica 
cemetery is that of Ira Stephens who was consigned to his last resting place on the 20th day of 
September, 1803 (83 years ago), at the age of 43 years. Deceased was one of the pioneer settlers of 
Allegany county, and becoming involved in a dispute with one of his neighbors concerning a dog, the 
result of which terminated in a combat, Stephens was struck on the head with an elm wood club, the 
blow of which proved fatal. The club was planted over his grave, took root and today shades the tomb 
of the unfortunate man in the shape of a large elm tree.	Lot 424

STERLING, JOHN H.
Of 7 sons David and Walter are deceased. Surviving the two daughters, Mrs. Mae Johnson and Mrs. Frank 
Pratt, both of Erie; and five sons, Fred of Youngstown, Ohio; John, of Kansas City, Missouri; 
Benjamin, of Cleveland, Ohio; Chester of Youngstown, Ohio; and Paul E., of Youngstown, Ohio. Died 
November 14, 1945. Burial in Angelica.	Lot 190

STERLING, MATILDA E.
Lot 190

STEVENS, CAROLINE
Lot 231B

STEVENS, GEORGE F.
Lot 231B

STEVENS, LAURA A.
Lot 421

STILLWELL, GEORGE NORMAN
Born February 24, 1933; died March 1, 1933. Six days old. Son of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Stillwell. 	Lot 
869

STOCKWELL, BRADLEY
Lot 831

STOCKWELL, Mrs. BRADLEY
Former home Mills Mills. Sister of Mrs. W. W. Norton.  Lot 869

STORM, LOUISE
Lot 268A

STORM, MINERVA
Lot 268A

STORMS, LEWIS
Died November 30, 1948; Survived by wife, Mrs. Addie Baird Storms, three daughters, Miss Mabel Storms 
of St. Mary's Pa., Miss Marie Storms of Philadelphia, Pa., and Mrs. Kennedy (Irene) of Charlotte, N. 
C.,; son, Andrew Storms of St. Mars Ma., Former store keeper in the Shawmut shops in Angelica in the 
early 1900's. Burial in Angelica Cemetery.

STUCK, ABIGAIL C.
Lot 79

STUCK, JEREMIAH C.
Lot 79

STUTSON, BATHSHEBA (1791-1824) 
Daughter of Thos. And Amelia Stutson McEvoy of Hornell and Mrs. William J. McEvoy of Washington, D. C. 
Burial in St. Patrick's Cemetery, Belfast. 	Lot 349

SWARTZ, MARION
Lot 791B

SWIFT, HENRY
Lot 485

SWIFT, ISABELLA R.
Lot 519

SWINK, BARTLE
Lot 424

SWINK, FANNY
Lot 424

SWINK, FRED
Lot 424

SWINK, MARY
Lot 424

SYLOR, ANNA
Lot 786  Died October 19, 1894. Daughter of William and Florence Slade Sylor. 

SYLOR, CLARENCE GARFIELD
Clarence Garfield Sylor, son of the late William and Florence Ann Sylor, died very suddenly at his 
home in the Town of Allen, Monday evening, January 25, 1943. Surviving are his wife, Edna Manning 
Sylor; two sons, Calvin and Manning; one grandson, all of Allen; and one sister, Mrs. Ambrose Palmer 
of Angelica. Mr. Sylor was born in the Town of Allen, September 21, 1880. Funeral services will be 
held at his late home, Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock, the Rev. Carr of Swain officiating. Interment 
in "Until the Day Dawns."   Lot 789

SYLOR, Mrs. FLORENCE
Born January 7, 1855, in Allen; died January 16, 1935. Married December 10, 1879, to William Sylor of Granger; to this union three children, Clarence G., Anna D., who died October 19, 1894, and Helen C. 
Survived by son Clarence G. of Wellsvile, daughter Helen, Mrs. Ambrose Palmer of Angelica; two 
brothers, Charles Slade of Houghton and Edgar Slade of Short Tract. She was a daughter of Doshua Ann 
and George Slade. 	Lot 786

SYLOR, WILLIAM H.
Lot 786

TAYLOR, ALBERT
Lot 72

TAYLOR, ANN (1812-1828)
Daughter of Archibald and Eleanor Taylor.	Lot 407

TAYLOR, ARCHIBALD  I (1774-1848)
He settled in Allen Township in 1804. A native of Ireland. 		Lot 407

TAYLOR, ARCHIBALD  II (1810-1851)
Lot 407

TAYLOR, ARTHUR
Lot 72

TAYLOR, ELEANOR  I
Wife of Archibald Taylor  I.	Lot 407

TAYLOR, ELEANOR  II(1822-1851)
Lot 407

TAYLOR, FRED
Born October 23, 1869 in Allen, son of George and Mary Taylor; died March 1, 1932. One of six 
children. Survivors: two brothers, George of Angelica and Archibald of El Paso, Texas. 	Lot 407

TAYLOR, FREDERICK (1849-1851)   A son of Archibald and Huldah Taylor. 	Lot 407

TAYLOR, GEORGE
Died August 23, 1941; 85 years old. Survived by widow, Sarah F. Taylor; two sons and two daughters, 
Mrs. Will Hadsell of Friendship.		Lot 68

TAYLOR, GEORGE
Died at his home in this place, Friday morning, August 9, 1889. Born in 1816 in the town of Allen. 
Married Mary Howard who still survives him. Had six children, two daughters who died quite young,and 
four sons who are still living. 	Lot 68

TAYLOR, JOSEPH
Constable, 1806; Licensee, 1805.

TAYLOR, MARY E. (1864-1865)
Daughter of George and Mary Taylor.	Lot 407

TAYLOR, MARY H.
Lot 72

TAYLOR, Mrs. MARY N. HOWARD
Born Mary Negus Howard, at New York, 85 years ago; died May 10, 1915 at Angelica. Married George 
Taylor who passed away in 1889. Survivors: sons, George E. of West Almond; William H. of Angelica; 
Rev. Archibald B. of Canaseraga; and Fred H. of Birdsall. Funeral at Methodist Church.  Lot 68

TAYLOR, SUSAN
Lot 68

TAYLOR, SARAH E. (1859-1865)
Daughter of George and Mary N. Taylor.	Lot 407

TAYLOR, WILLIAM H. 
Born in Allen, son of George and Mary Taylor; died December 27, 1931. Survived by widow, Emma B. 
Taylor; two sons, Clarence and Harold of Olean; one daughter, Mrs. Schuyler Stratton of Jamestown; 
three brothers, George and Fred of Angelica and A. B. Taylor of El Paso, Texas.

TEGART, Mrs. MARY NICHOL
Born Mary Nichol in Ireland 82 years ago; died June 30, 1912. Married William Tegart, May 3, 1866. 
Lot 128

TEGART, WILLIAM
Born, Ireland, June 4, 1833. Died at Angelica, January 7, 1911. Married, Ireland in 1854 to Matilda Gourley, who died en route to America and buried in Philadelphia. Married, September 20, 1857, to Mary 
Ann Christiana Clarke, who died November 17, 1865, mother of W. J., Mary A., Rachel E., and Christiana 
Tegart. Married May 3, 1866 to Mary Nicholl. Survivors: wife; son, W. J. Tegart; daughter, Rachel E. 
Whiting. Grandsons, W. V., Clarence A. and Algertus C. Tegart. Great grand daughters, Ruth and Naomi 
Rector. Sister, Sarah J. Givin and Lizzie McKay. Numerous in Ireland and Scotland. Funeral home on 
Mechanic Street, Rev. H. C. Margette, officiating.	  Lot 128

TERRY, ELLA C.
Lot 734

TERWILLIGER, BENNIAH
Lot 638

TERWILLIGER, DAVID A.
Lot 638

TERWILLIGER, FRED G.

TERWILLIGER, GARRETT O.
Mr. Garrett Terwilliger died of anaemia of brain attendant upon chronic hepatisation of the lung, July 
13, 1889. Funeral Monday; he had 4 boys and 2 girls, aged from 5 to 17. 		Lot 638

TERWILLIGER, Mrs HENRIETTA (1862-1944)
Wife of Frank Terwilliger; born at Hull, England, May 20, 1862. Survived by husband.
Lot 638

TERWILLIGER, JANE (1784-1843)
Wife of Thomas Terwilliger. 	Lot 370

TERWILLIGER, MARY E. 
Died October 25, 1940, Klipnocky, town of Almond. Survived by two daughters, Mrs. Jennie Coats of Gas 
Springs, and Mrs. Nellie White of Angelica; one son, Leverette, Virginia; mother, Mrs. H.S. Snyder of 
Bishopville; four brothers, Frank Smith of Angelica, Jesse, of Black Creek and William Snyder of 
Bishopville; two sisters, Mrs. Pearl Morris of Klipknocky and Mrs. Queen Dey of Chittenago.		
Lot 638

THIBOU, CHARLOTTE M. 	Lot 729

THIBOU, REV. LEWIS
Lot 729

THOMAS, CLARA
Lot 560

THOMAS, Mrs. CLARISSA
Widow of James Thomas, deceased, died May 1887.


THOMAS, GEORGE W. 
Died in Angelica, March 23, 1889. Born in Angelica, May 25, 1825, therefore being 64 years of age. He 
was the son of the late Vial Thomas. Youngest of eight children, two of which survive, Mr. S. W. 
Thomas of Bolivar, and Mrs. H. N. Warren of Northeast, Pa. Married June 7, 1871 to Miss Julia Hart, 
daughter of Judge Thurston of Elmira. She died January 29, 1881. Two children survive, a son and 
daughter. Sealer, 1858. 		Lot 373

THOMAS, JAMES 
Assessor, 1845, 54, 57; Highway Commissioner, 1850; School Superintendent, 1853.  Lot 560

THOMAS, MARY
Lot 560

THOMAS, NELLIE M. P.
Lot 338

THOMAS, RUTH (1785-1885)
Died March 1848. Wife of Vial Thomas	  Lot 373

THOMAS, VIAL (1783-1885)
Age 101 years, 5 months, 7 days. Born in Scituate, Rhode Island, October 15, 1783. Married Miss Ruth 
Hammond of that place, January 1, 1806. Moved to Angelica, February 1810. Father of eight children, 
six sons and two daughters. Three sons and one daughter survive. Wife died March 1848. Freeholder, 
1811-12, 14; Highway Overseer, 1811, 17, 19, 21; Election Inspector, 1812-14, 20-23, 45, 50-53, 55; 
Assessor, 1812-14, 20, 21, 27, 51; Supervisor, 1823, 26; Overseer of Poor, 1829; Town Official War of 
1812. 	Lot 373

THOMAS, WILBUR (1817-1827)
Son of Vial and Ruth Thomas. 	Lot 373

THOMAS, WILLIAM S. 	Lot 102

THOMPSON, ANGELICA (1799-1844)
Wife of John Thompson of Edinburgh, Scotland, 	Lot 475

THOMPSON, SABRA B.
Lot 105

THORNTON, GEORGE
Born in Ireland in 1842, son of Henry and Jane Thornton; died July 9, 1931. At 19 enlisted for the 
Civil War in August at Angelica, N.Y. Participated in more than 60 engagements; took part in 
Sheridan's March to the Sea; was personal friend of Ulysses S. Grant; mustered out in June 30, 1865. 
He was commander of the Meade Post of the G.A.R. for two terms, and at his death was senior Vice 
Commander for the Department of Washington and Alaska of the Union Veterans of the Civil War. In early 
life studied engineering in Kansas City and was engaged with western railroads for several years. Was 
treasurer of Labette County several terms and formed partnership of Ellis and Thornton in the 
furniture business. Moved to Washington in 1889. For two terms he was Pierce Bounty engineer and 
commander of the Custer Post of the G. A. R. in Tacoma. Survivors: Marvin, son, Yakima; Mary E. Gretta 
B. and Hazel Jo, daughters, Yakima; William B. Fletcher, cousin, Yakima; Mrs. Martha Rearwin, 
Wellsville, and Mrs James McEwan, Wellsville, sisters.

THORNTON, HENRY
Lot 115

THORNTON, INGRAM WILLIAM
Born June 16, 1888, son of Victor and Jennie Patterson Thornton; died January 9, 1947. Lived entire 
life at home on Mechanic St. Survived by two sisters, Mrs. Mary Oliver, Angelica, and Mrs. Leona 
Loftis, Belfast; three brothers, Nelson, LaVerne and Ralph, all of Angelica. Burial in Angelica. 
Lot 780

THORNTON, JENNIE
Daughter of the late John A. and Elizabeth Patterson. Born in Dublin, Ireland, January 16, 1872; died 
July 14, 1945. Survived by four sons: Ingram, Nelson, John and Ralph, all of Angelica; two daughters, 
Mrs. Mary Oliver of Angelica, and Mrs. Leona Loftis of Belfast; one brother, Robert Patterson of 
Charlotte, N. C. Widow of Victor Thornton. Burial in Angelica.	Lot 731

THORTON, MARTHA R.
Lot 115

THORNTON, MARY
Lot 731

THORNTON, MISS REGINA SUE
Age 23, died July 6, 1910, at Hornell. Daughter of Thomas and Ida Thornton, the latter still living. 
Lot 327

THORNTON, SAMUEL
Born September 24, 1866 in Angelica; died September 30, 1933. Son of Mary and Thomas Thornton. 
Plumber. Married Nellie Lowe on June 14, 1893. Survived by wife and brother, George of Oneionta; two 
daughters, Mrs. Doris Johnson of Olean and Mrs. Lela Elmore of Washington, D. C. 	Lot 115

THORNTON, SAMUEL	Lot 116

THORNTON, THOMAS
Native of Ireland, came to America about 1845. Married Mary Hanlon. Came to Angelica in the 50's. sons 
are Thomas C. and Samuel. 

THORNTON, THOMAS C. 
Born one of eight sons to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Thornton, on December 22, 1858; died in December 1894 in 
angelica. He received a good education and also became a bookkeeper. In April 1878 he began working in 
the Hawley & Hooker Hardware Store, with whom he remained as an assistant until September 19, 1882, 
then becoming partner with Mr. Hooker. Later, Mr. Hooker left the business in care of Mr. Thornton. 
Mr. Thornton became one of the most popular citizens in the town. He was active as a member of the St. 
Paul's Episcopal Church. He was married to Miss Ida May Post on June 22, 1886. Four children were born 
to this union: Regina Sue, Mary Lucille, William Andrus and Dorothy May. He was stricken by 
inflammatory rheumatism from which he had previously suffered, and finally the disease went to the 
brain, and went into a coma until the end came. 	Lot 327

THORNTON, Mrs THOMAS C. 
Widow of Thomas C. Thornton. Born Ida Post in West Almond, May 2, 1863, daughter of Andrus and Mary 
Jane Hanks Post. Teacher. Married in 1886 to Mr. Thornton, who died in 1894. Survived by two 
daughters, Mrs. Harrison Lee Newman of Angelica, Mrs Gerald Earley of Scio; son, William Andrus 
Thornton Sr., of Artlington. Vt. Burial in Angelica.

THORNTON, VICTOR E. 
Born June 2, 1864 at Angelica, son of Thomas and Mary Jane Post Thornton. Married June 15, 1885 to 
Jennie Patterson. To this union eight children were born: Thomas and Helen died in infancy. Survived 
by wife; children: Ingram, LaVerne, Ralph and Leona Thornton; Mrs. C. B. Oliver of Angelica, and 
Nelson Thornton of Oneonta, N.Y., and Samuel of Angelica. Blacksmith. Game Constable, 1886; Constable, 
1887-91. 	Lot 731

THORNTON, WILLIAM 
Lot 731

THURESSON, FRANCES D.
Lot 48

THURESSON, THOMAS E.
Lot 48

TODD, FRANCES M.
Lot 730

TODD, NELLIE A.
Lot 730

TODD, Mrs. W. S. JR.
Lot 730

TODD, DR. W. S. 
Born at Hyde Park, Tompkins county, July 11, 1819. Died July 26, 1887 in Angelica. Survived by widow 
and two sons, Dr. W. S. Todd of Belfast, and Dr. Myron Todd of Bradford. A daughter died 19 years 
before. Election Inspector, 1868.	Lot 730

TODD, DR. W. S. JR.		Lot 730

TOTE, STEVEN
Born in Hungary, April 2, 1871; died March 7, 1944. Lived in Birdsall 15 years. Burial in Angelica. 
Lot 17

TRACY, Mrs. GERTRUDE GRUMMONDS
Born 65 years ago of Mr. and Mrs. Grummonds of Allen; died March 17, 1916. Married Eugene Tracy who 
died six years ago. Survivors: brothers, George Grummonds, Allen; Adelbert Grummonds, Angelica; 
sisters, Mrs. Frank Bentley, Angelica; Mrs. Julia Watson, Marion, Indiana. Funeral at Angelica, Rev. 
W. Mason officiating. Burial in Angelica.

TRACY, MARY E.
Lot 506

TRAVIS, ALVIN E. 
Born in Angelica December 26, 1902; died October, 1930. Married Mrs. Clara Cole of Birdsall, July 27, 
1926. Survived by Mrs. Clara Cole Travis; children: Winifred, Wendell, Lawrence and Wilma; parents, 
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Travis; one sister, Mrs. Edward Simmons; brother, Leonard Travis. Burial in 
Angelica.

TRAVIS, BERT
Born in Birdsall, March 28, 1869; died January 12, 1932. One of a family of three children; mother 
died when he was ten months old. Brought up David Abbey family. Married in Birdsall to Lena Keiser of 
Allen at age of 20. To this union five children, Ethel Simmons of Cuba survives. Survived by wife, 
three passed on; Leonard Travis of Angelica and above mentioned children and brother, Elmer Travis of 
Angelica.	Lot 207

TRAVIS, ELMER E. 
Born in Allen, August 13, 1862; died in Angelica on July 7, 1950, a life-long resident of this 
community. Owned and operated a lumber company for a number of years. Survived by wife, Ella Graham 
Travis; two daughters, Mrs. Mary Flander, Angelica, and Mrs. Mildred Steinbiser of Belfast; five 
grandchildren and three great grandchildren; also several nieces and nephews. Burial in Angelica. 

TRAVIS, HARRIET
Lot 605

TRAVIS, Mrs. LENA 
Eighty years old, born in Germany; died August 13, 1949. Survived by son, Rev. Leonard Travis of 
Sherman; daughter, Mrs. Ethel Simmons of Angelica; three brothers, Louis Keiser of Belmont; two 
sisters, Mrs. Louise Bert of Perry and Mrs. Emma Ormiston of Belmont Burial in Angelica. 
Lot 207

TRAVIS, LILLIAN M.
Lot 97

TRAVIS, Mrs. LYDIA VIOLA
Died July 23, 1939. Widow of Isaac Travis. Survived by three sons, William of Belmont, Isaac and 
George of West Almond; daughter, Mrs. Ernest Lyons of Belvidere. 63 years old. Burial in Angelica.

TRAVIS, MELVINA A. P.
Lot 106

TRAVIS, SIMPSON D.
Constable, 1898-1911		Lot 106

TREAT, BENJAMIN P.
Lot 413

TREAT, SUSAN E.
Lot 413

TROTTER, ELLEN M.
Lot 600

TROWBRIDGE, C. DEE
Lot 152

TROWBRIDGE, MINNE
Lot 152

TUCKER, ALPHONZO
Lot 422

TUCKER, Mrs. BESS CURTIS
Born in Friendship June 3, 1887; died November 14, 1951. Daughter of Frank E. and Ellen Theeringer 
Curtis. Married to Clarence Tucker who died in 1941. Mother of three children, Mrs. Richard Marsh of 
Wellsville, Roderick Tucker of Scio and William Tucker of Conesus. Survived by three children; mother, 
Mrs. Frank E. Curtis of Angelica; three sisters, Mrs. Henry Weidmann of Angelica, Mrs. Charles Lord of 
Hornell, and Mrs. Ned Hargraves of Almond; three brothers, Robert Curtis of Fairport, Raymond Curtis 
of East Rutherford, N.J. and William Curtis of Hornell. Burial in Angelica Cemetery. 	Lot 876B

TUCKER, CLARENCE E. 
Born in West Almond, September 16, 1883; died December 25, 1940. Son of the late William and Nellie 
Tucker. Married on December 7, 1904, to Bessie Curtis; to this union three children. Survived by widow 
and children, Mrs. Richard Marsh of Wellsville, Roderick C. Tucker of Angelica and William F. Tucker 
of Dansville; brother, Roy E. Tucker. Constable, 1914-1923. Burial in Angelica. Lot 876B

TUCKER, Mrs. CORA
Born I West Almond, November 27, 1865; died January 19, 1951. Daughter of Henry and Susan Carpenter 
Dean. Widow of Elmer E. Tucker. Resident of West Almond. Survived by son, Guy Tucker of Andover, four 
daughters, Susan, Mrs. Clyde Sweeten of Arcadia, Calif.; Blanche, Mrs. Charles Roesch of Buffalo; 
Maude, Mrs. Harry Magee of Schenectady, and Ella, Mrs. Robert Howe of Hinsdale; sister, Mrs. Ella 
Crandall of Angelica. Burial in Angelica.	Lot 218

TUCKER ELMER E. 
Died August 17, 1938, 76 years old. Born in the town of Ward, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Tucker of 
Vandermark. Survived by wife, Cora Dean Tucker; son, Guy Tucker of Andover, Mrs. Maude, Magee of 
Schenectady, Mrs. Susie Sweeten of Pasadena, Calif.; Mrs. Blanche Roesch of Cleveland, Ohio, and Mrs. 
Ella Howe at home. Burial in Angelica. 	Lot 218

TUCKER, FRED
Frederick William Tucker was born in West Almond 49 years ago, and lived most of his life in Angelica; 
died September 30, 1921, at home of aunt, Mrs. Hettie Davie. Survived by wife, son, mother, and two 
brothers and one sister. Funeral in Angelica, Rev. C. W. Tyler officiating. Burial in Angelica.

TUCKER, FREDERICK W. 
Son of Mr. and Mrs. William Tucker; died in 1921. Survived by parents and brothers, Clarence and Roy 
and one sister. 	Lot 199

TUCKER, GEORGE ELWYN
Born in Springwater, May 22, 1902; died July 30, 1947, 44 years old. Son of George and Laura Tucker. 
Survived by wife; son, George; two step-children, Blaine Ashby and Jean Frungillo of Belmont. Burial 
in Angelica.

TUCKER, GEORGE NATHAN
George Nathan Tucker died of cholera infantum Aug. 20, 1920, age 3 1/2 years old. His illness was less 
than four days. He was born Nov. 23, 1916. He is survived by his parents and older brother. Burial in 
Angelica.

TUCKER, JAMES H.
Lot 422

TUCKER, JANICE A.
Born December 10, 1918, daughter of Roy and the late Flora Tucker. Died August 10, 1948. Survived by 
father; three brothers, Roy Jr., Angelica; Alfred of Fort Dix, N.J., and Donald at home; one sister, 
Betty Tucker of Belmont. Burial in Angelica. 	Lot 894

TUCKER, ROBERT W. 
Lot 199

TUCKER, Mrs. ROY (FLORA)
Born in Clarksville, daughter of Laura and Henry Brown. Died November 3, 1937, 45 years old. Married 
Roy Tucker in 1913. Survived by husband and five children. Roy Jr., Janice, Alfred, Betty and Donald; 
mother, Mrs. Laura Brown of Scholes Station; sister, Mrs. Hazel Hall of Avon Lake, Ohio; three 
brothers, Glenn Brown of Belmont, Samuel Brown of Duke Center, Pa., and William Brown of Allen, N.Y. Burial in Angelica.

TUCKER, WILLIAM E. 
Born in Geneseo, May 14, 1846; died April 6, 1917 in Angelica. Married Nellie Martin of Rochester in 
1871. Survivors: wife; one brother, one sister, and four children. 

TUCKER, Mrs. WILLIAM.
Died Feb. 5, 1925 in Angelica. Born in 1851 in Rochester. Married Wm Tucker of Springwater in 1871. 
Came to Angelica about 1882; Husband died in 1917. Parents, Frederick William and Elizabeth Martin, 
came from Kent, England in 1839 and settled in Rochester. Mrs. Tucker was a member of the Woman's 
Relief Corp. Mother of four children, three of whom survive: one son Frederick William Tucker died in 
1921. Survivors: daughter, Mrs. O. A. Osgood, sons, Clarence and Roy.

TYLER, REV. CHAS. WESTON
Born August 2, 1861 of William P. and Miranda Tyler; died October 16, 1930. Married October 9, 1895 to 
Miss Laura Belle Hoag of Macedon, N.Y. Survivors: widow; one son, Ralph Tyler.		Lot 155A

TYLER, Mrs. LAURA
Died April 1, 1951; widow of Rev. Charles Tyler. Survived by son Ralph Tyler of Caneadea. Born in 
Macedon in 1871, daughter of Henry and LaMarie Hoag.		Lot 155A



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